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Posted 7th June 2010 at 06:41 PM by nosa2 Comments 1
There's a new game show in Nigeria called Radiohead you can win up to N2,000,000 and for just participating you're guaranteed N50,000. Just text R1 to 34627. The Game show airs friday 9pm on inspiration FM and would be syndicated Nationwide. Text now cause at the time of this message there were only 4 messages so you're virtually guaranteed a spot.
Posted 6th December 2009 at 06:33 AM by nosa2 Comments 1
I have found The events discussed on this site http://www.waado.org/nigerdelta/nige.../CoupPage.html to be very enlightening and eye opening, thou it is long i hope someone actually takes the time to read thru them. The author has obviously researched his topics very well and i appreciate what he tries to achieve
Posted 27th November 2009 at 09:38 PM by nosa2 Comments 2
I remember where i was when I heard the news of the sanusi 5, i was shocked at the suddenness of it all, relieved because i'd finally been proven right and thankful that i sold off my oceanic barely 2 weeks before (my first ever bank purchase) at a 20% loss. The news came as a total surprise to the general public, most of who believed that banks were finally safe, for me it was the proverbial straw that broke the camel's back, i decided there and then that i was out of the Nigerian capital market,...
Posted 2nd October 2009 at 01:19 AM by nosa2 Comments 0
I love public holidays, they give me a chance to sleep in and just laze around the house. One of the first "Nigerian" thing i was exposed to was exposed to today was KOD's thread on Independence day, after reading it i decided to observe Nigerian's today and blog/comment on it. I read the President's speech and i was impressed, he managed to give a speech which inspires despite the fact that we're facing what is a very difficult time in our nations history. Reactions to his speech and our nations...
Posted 13th September 2009 at 03:02 AM by nosa2 Comments 0
I'll start with Hitler and i'll try to relate his actions to today's world, this is possibly one of the most misunderstood characters in history, firstly he truly loved his country, if we want to be objective we'll see he was probably one of the greatest leaders Germany has ever had, he took a country that could at best be compared to a modern day zimbabwe and transformed it to an economic and military power house capable of taking on the world and almost (reasons i'll get to later) winning. He...